Brazil plans to relocate Venezuelan migrants after attacks

Attacks on Venezuelans in poor border state forces government to try to move migrants to other areas.

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    Brazil's government is trying to move Venezuelan migrants out of a border state after their camp was attacked by locals.

    Twelve ministries, the military, and the UN refugee agency are assisting Venezuelans arriving in Roraima after fleeing an economic crisis in their home country.

    Al Jazeera's Teresa Bo reports from the border town of Boa Vista.


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